Dec 05, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog
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CLAS 2000 - Everyday Life in the Roman Empire


(3) Credit Hours

This course centers on the urban environments, lifestyles, occupations, culture, norms, social relationships, hierarchies of privilege, and religious practice that formed everyday life in the Roman Empire. There will be an emphasis on the diversity of identities and experiences found in city life, with special attention to groups of lower legal and social status such as slaves, freed persons, immigrants, ethnic minorities, women, and children. Consideration will also begiven to the spread of Roman modes of life in space and time, with Spain and the Americas taken as particular examples.  Every semester. Lecture 3 hours.



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